The White Breasted Nuthatch has a black cap, and a beady black eye on a white face. The under tail converts are chestnut. Nuthatches climb down trees headfirst. They have a habitat in forests, woodlots, groves, river woods, shade trees and feeders. They can be found in the eastern half of the United States. Food is bark insects, seeds, and nuts; attracted by suet, sunflower seeds. They regularly cache food in bark crevices on their territory.
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October 23, 2011
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